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Old 03-27-2012, 08:28 AM
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Eaton E-Locker 19760-010 $797

This is the cheapest I have seen the elocker in a little under a year.

$797
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The lowest I have seen it previously was $812.
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Old 03-27-2012, 11:48 AM
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That is a very good price. Wish Eaton made one for the Sterling. I would have already bought one.
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the only 2 selctable lockers I know of is the arb rd37 -> updated to rd140. for the rear 10.5

And the zip locker.
10.25" FORD 35Spline ZIP LOCKER. - Yukon Zip Lockers - Lockers - Axle - Powertrain



OX also makes a locker for the 60 I think... along with arb.
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And you can get a discounted NIB D60 true-trac in the swap meet for sale section
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the only 2 selctable lockers I know of is the arb rd37 -> updated to rd140. for the rear 10.5

And the zip locker.
10.25" FORD 35Spline ZIP LOCKER. - Yukon Zip Lockers - Lockers - Axle - Powertrain



OX also makes a locker for the 60 I think... along with arb.
This is the first time I've heard of a ZIP locker. Is it electronically controlled, cable, or air?? I really hate to put an ARB in my F250, just because of all the headache my ARB has giving me in my Jeep. My jeep before that had lock-rights f/r and they worked flawless.
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Is there no cheaper option? Will a Limited slip not work out of one of the older 7.3 trucks??? Do we have a different rear?

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Is there no cheaper option? Will a Limited slip not work out of one of the older 7.3 trucks??? Do we have a different rear?
The stock limited slips suck! I have already destroyed mine. There are non-selectable options like a Detroit Locker or Tru-Trac, Eaton Locker, and several others. The ZIP locker or ARB appear to be the only selectable ones for the rear.

IMO the E-Locker is the best selectable for the front. Being a electronically controlled, I think it is significantly more reliable than ARBs which some guys have had trouble with. Again JMO
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The ZIP locker or ARB appear to be the only selectable ones for the rear.

IMO the E-Locker is the best selectable for the front. Being a electronically controlled, I think it is significantly more reliable than ARBs which some guys have had trouble with. Again JMO
Isn't the E Locker also for the rear in an SRW?
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The stock limited slips suck! I have already destroyed mine. There are non-selectable options like a Detroit Locker or Tru-Trac, Eaton Locker, and several others. The ZIP locker or ARB appear to be the only selectable ones for the rear.

IMO the E-Locker is the best selectable for the front. Being a electronically controlled, I think it is significantly more reliable than ARBs which some guys have had trouble with. Again JMO
and the e-locker is cheaper than the arb for even just the unit it self. If you want arb, you will also have to buy an air system to activate the locker. I already have an air system on my truck for my air backs. I will be redesigning the system to accommodate the air locker.
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Isn't the E Locker also for the rear in an SRW?
No, they do not make an E-locker for the Sterling yet
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